Executive Order No. 09, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, the CIATF requested that the City be placed under Enhanced Community Quarantine from January 25 to February 7. 2021 and was further extended until February 14, 2021, in order to conduct/contact tracing for close contac1s the community transmission of Covid-19 in the City. The said request was granted and was concurred by the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force;
Executive Order No. 08, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 15. Article II of the 1987 Philippine Constitution and Section 16 of the General Welfare Clause of the 1997 Local Government Code, local government units ore charged with the promotion of safety within their jurisdiction;
Executive Order No. 07, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 15, Article Il of the 1987 Philippine Constitution and Section 16 of the General Welfare O.ause of the 1997 Local Government Code, local government units are charged with the promotion of safety within their jurisdiction;
Executive Order No. 05, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 03-MO series of 2021 was issued on January 14, 2021 establishing a quarantine checkpoint at the 77th IB-PA checkpoint in Barangay Bantay, tabuk City, to monitor and document visitors. travelers and returning Tabuk City residents entering the City by way of Tinglayan. Lubuagan, Pasil, and Balbalan.
Executive Order No. 03, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, it has been observed that the most recent upsurge of Covid-19 cases in Tabuk City was attributed to an “Imported Transmission” from visitors and returning Tabuk City residents coming from other provinces.
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 02, SERIES OF 2021 – WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 005, s. 2020 adopted and approved the 2020 Strategic Organizational Structure of the City Government amending Ordinance No. 10, s. 2015;
WHEREAS, The Sangguniang Panlungsod, through Ordinance No. 006, s. 2020, declared the reorganization of the City Government of Tabuk;
Executive Order No. HRMO-01, series of 2021 – WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 5 of RA No. 11032, otherwise known as the “Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018”, all offices and agencies which provide government services are mandated to regularly undertake cost compliance analysis, time and motion studies, undergo evaluation and improvement of their transaction systems and procedures and reengineer the same if deemed necessary to reduce bureaucratic red tape and processing time;